this intrusive survey and ordered to do so immediately. I say that the survey is intrusive because of pages such as THIS ONE.
According to THIS ARTICLE in the Washington Times, I have the following to look forward to:
...In the section on housing they want to know details about your property, how many rooms you have, whether you have a mortgage and how much it is, what types of energy you use and how much it costs, how many cars you own, what your property taxes are, how much your property is worth, the size of your lot … and on and on.We received the American Community Survey yesterday afternoon and received a follow-up notice (Threat?) in today's mail.
And that’s just the beginning. For each person in the house it demands to know educational history, ethnic composition, where they lived a year ago, what sort of health insurance they have, what hearing difficulties, what vision problems; whether they have difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions due to physical, mental or emotional condition; difficulty walking or climbing stairs; difficulty dressing or bathing; difficulty doing errands such as shopping due to physical, mental or emotional condition; marital status; complete marital history, how many spouses, when; children and grandchildren; information on disabilities; employment info, where, when, and two whole pages of work and income inquiry....
Lucky, lucky, lucky AOW household!
I will tackle completing the survey on Monday. This weekend, I have better things to do than hopping to it on the orders of The Nanny State!